Learn about minimally invasive stapling procedures and surgical techniques for surgeons. The video library is for illustrative purposes. Reference the Instructions for Use for proper use of the AEON Endostapler.
We understand that continuing education and collaboration with peers is important for surgeons to stay current with emerging trends, clinical techniques, and best practices. We welcome subject matter experts from across the globe to share insights and research in minimally invasive surgery.
Learn from Dr. Michel Gagner, renowned surgeon, author, and pioneer in minimally invasive surgery as he performs a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy with hiatal hernia repair.
Watch our international panel of expert bariatric surgeons who have collectively performed well over 30,000 procedures discuss laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy and present their varying techniques and unique approaches stemming from their vast experience.
The AEON Stapler under the Microscope. Watch our IBC Oxford-sponsored webinar as our panel of expert bariatric surgeons discuss their experience with the AEON™ Endostapler in there laparoscopic procedures.
Watch Dr. Helmuth Billy, expert surgeon with over 25 years of surgical experience, discuss the AEON™ Endostapler and Lexington Medical in this IBC TV’s Spotlight On Industry segment.
A new published study with a cohort of over 1840 bariatric patients revealed AEON™ to have superior clinical performance and a statistically significant reduction in overall complication rates, fewer transfusions, and fewer reoperations for staple line bleeding vs. the competition in Roux-en-Y procedures (p=0.0337).
A prospective, randomized trial comparing linear endostaplers demonstrated AEON™ had significantly lower bleeding scores than ENDO GIA™ with Tri-Staple™ Technology in both laparoscopic (p<0.05) and endoscopic (p<0.05) images.
The only surgical stapler offering the multi-speed gear, for better staple formation and superior hemostasis in thick tissue. 
For precise surgical stapler positioning with fluid range of motion.
The only surgical stapler offering the proprietary short tip anvil design, for improved access in tight spaces and reduced tissue trauma caused by stapler blunting. See AEON™ short tip anvil in clinical use.
Three rows of protection with uniform staple height design, for better hemostasis and less bleeding.
30 unique staple reloads and growing, providing surgeons with the right tool for every tissue firing.
Better staple formation than the competitors when tested in ex vivo porcine model. [Internal Data on File]
Stronger staple lines with greater tensile strength.